Not again: Coronavirus panic in Spain as 140,000 residents are ordered back into lockdown

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Not again: Coronavirus panic in Spain as 140,000 residents are ordered back into lockdown

As many as 140,000 residents in Lleida, in Segrià, have been ordered to stay in their homes and only leave for food or essential work. Officials have banned eat-in restaurants, weddings and meetings of more than 10 people as part of the new lockdown measures. The town is located 100miles from Barcelona. More to follow…

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As many as 140,000 residents in Lleida, in Segrià, have been ordered to stay in their homes and only leave for food or essential work.

Officials have banned eat-in restaurants, weddings and meetings of more than 10 people as part of the new lockdown measures.

The town is located 100miles from Barcelona.

More to follow…



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